A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
Gabrielle Jordan Williams founded her own jewelry company, Jewelz of Jordan, in 2009 when she was only 9 years old.
Couples in the United States increased their wedding budgets in 2011 for just about everything but engagement rings, according to a recently released survey from TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com.
Thanks to the kindness of strangers, an 86-year-old woman’s missing diamond was recently returned to her—after lying unnoticed in a parking lot for a month.
A recent SEC filing from Bidz.com raises new concerns about the online jewelry seller.
A jeweler recently wrote: “How does my single store independent fit into social media? Is it really worth the huge investment in time and resources?”
One of the best things about JCK Las Vegas, and about JCK Marketplace, is how easy it is to discover new designers.
Blue Nile has named veteran retailer Harvey Kanter, 50, its new CEO and president, beginning March 30.
During my search to find cool jewelry ads from 1914 in JCK’s archives, I came across a page that was full of jewelry- and watch-related jokes.
Dana Schneider, owner of Dana Schneider Jewelry, had the responsibility of designing the signature Mockingjay pin for the highly anticipated blockbuster The Hunger Games.